If you want to be a thief...

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I noticed one evening that I had not seen the house help my mum brought into the house just a week earlier. I really don't understand why she brought a house help, cos we were doing just fine without one. Anyway, I digress. So I asked my sister if the girl was no more around. My sister told me she was no more around. I was confused as to why, since she had just spent a week. 

Upon probing further, I learnt that it was because her brother, who was serving as a help to my grandmother, "ran away with some of my grandmother's things." I was alarmed. I was like "What kind of people are these?" Just less than a week, he stole from an old woman, and ran away.

So my mum asked the girl for her phone, to seize it, with the intent of returning the phone to the girl when their parents come to Lagos to see my mum. My mum told the girl that she wants the phone in case the guy calls her or they are conniving for something. The girl refused to give my mum the phone, and my mum sent her packing. This was the way my sister and cousin narrated the gist to me.

I was like na wa o. So what did the guy steal and run away with?

I asked "What did he steal?"

"La casera and..." My cousin started.

"Wait, wait. What?" I was trying to hold myself from laughter. As I type this now, I am losing it.

"Lacasera and Viju milk."

"Lacasera and Viju milk?" I couldn't believe what I was hearing.

"Yes."

"He ran away with Lacasera and Viju milk? That is all?"

"And some of Maami's meat."

When I heard meat, I couldn't hold myself again. I just released it. My sister and my cousin started laughing along with me.

"How many Lacasera?" I asked. At least, it would make sense if it was like 10 cartons he ran away with, so he could go and sell them and start a business.

"Like 4 Lacasera and Viju milk." My cousin said.

To be honest, I think they are following the guy from the village they came from. They sent you to come to Lagos to work. Four days later, you steal and run away. And you didn't even steal TV, gold, money, diamond, or even phone sef. You stole Lacasera, Viju milk, and meat, and ran away. And you feel like you are a baddo. I want to believe this guy is nothing less than 23  years old, from what I saw what I met him. And he can't even steal sensibly. Kpschewww

In order news, I want to quickly do one blogsville gbeborun. Recently, this realisation just hit me. As you guys know, I have met many bloggers in person, and I have found out one thing. Do you know that a lot of these blogsville people come from rich families?

Don't say it is me that said it o, cos you did not hear it from my mouth sha.

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  1. AHAHAHAHAHA....... nah really say dem dey follow am from village! SHIO!
    Don't worry, I would pretend I did not hear.... *come and whisper more into my ears sha*....ehehehehe.

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    1. Whisper what? I know not what you talk about, lol.

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  2. Hahaha, that un houseboy na waa oh, local thief, they are truly following him from village...lacasera and meat.

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    1. That's the only reasonable explanation o.

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  3. It is true, village people are at work in his life, he needs deliverance.

    By the way, loving your new layout, very you

    Monike

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    1. Thanks Monike, I really appreciate your dropping by.

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  4. Lmaoooooooo....no way!!!! Viju milk and lacasera?! Lmaoooo. Thry are indeed following him from the village?
    bikonu who are these bloggers..lemme famz them!!

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    1. Which bloggers? What are you talking about?

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  5. Lmaooooo. That's definitely 'world pipo' aka Aiye, following the boy. That's kleptomania at its most retarded. Lacasera, viju milk, and meat...not even yummy and valuable drinks like wine and champagne. Aiye na strong tin o.

    In other news, eke ibidun...in these days of kidnapping you are opening people's yanshes on blogsville. But like HD rightly pointed out, please spill, famzing is in order.

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    1. Which kidnapping be dat? Kidnappers don't carry anonymous people naa.

      The moral here is, if you are a rich blogger, remain anonymous before CherryWine sends kidnappers your way.

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  6. Define "rich"

    And lol @ stealing La Casera. Sorry but having house keepers, drivers and gatemen really freaks me out because of the horror stories I hear. I'm 100% sure my aunt's last house-keeper stole some of my clothes and shoes.

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    1. Are you serious. One girl my mum brought last december stole my cloth and ran away with it... a very beautiful dress I wore just once. The thing pained me ehn. I am happy I got it on sale again in december sha.

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  7. Lmaoooo. The poor boy was hungry ni jare. La casera is delicious biko but Viju is just bleh. Who even buys Viju???

    As per rich bloggers, mbok, let me go and compile a list of those to famz starting from Cherrycoco *grin*

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    1. Loool, and Viju used to be heavenly when it just came out o.

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  8. LOOOOL Really?? WOW!!! That bad? O ga!

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    1. That's how I also opened my mouth too o.

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  9. Love the new blog header madam.

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  10. Lol, maybe he was homesick and needed the food to sustain him on his hike back to the village. that's the only sensible explanation i can give.

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    1. Village where he just came from? From where they sent him to come and work? Naaa. The 'following him' assumption sounds more plausible.

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  11. Rolling on my PC
    Lacasera and viju ke?!

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    1. Me too o. I don't even want to think about the senselessness behind it

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  13. hahhaaaa..hilarious..lacasera ehn and vijju..rotflr

    love your blog...wanna follow eachother?
    let me know
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    1. Thanks for dropping by my blog. I will check yours out now.

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  14. Lmao@ he must be very thirsty and hungry....he stole items he probably felt his life depended on....he's the definition of petty thief..

    ehn,ehn...so na awon " omo baba olowo" that you have been rubbing shoulders with...please show me the way oh

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    1. Lol. Are you not Omo baba olowo too? Abeg, let me famz with you jare.

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  15. blessings.....
    You know it could be as simple as hunger. When a person is hungry they will do many things. At least he didn't still any precious items, he just wanted food.

    peace.
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    1. Naaa. He wasn't hungry. No one goes hungry in my grandmother's house. My problem is those stuffs are not valuable enuf to lose a job over.

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  16. Eyaaaa I think it's hunger sha. The guy has always dreamed of lacasera. Maybe that was IT for him. Or maybe he just wanted to run and need food for the journey. Na condition. Lol.

    Please come and introduce us to these rich bloggers. I want to know them oh

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  17. Lol! Continue this gist na!

    Lol the boy was hungry ni. He forgot that he will finish the 4 by the next day

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